Human Edge's funds double AUM in just a few months, but Nordic investors are not taking the bait yet

Investment firm Human Edge's first three funds have doubled their AUM in recent months. The breakthrough in the Nordics, however, has not happened yet, but this is hopefully just a matter of time, founder and CEO Mads Pedersen tells AMWatch.

Mads Pedersen, CEO of and founder of Human Edge. | Photo: PR / Human Edge

Switzerland-based investment firm Human Edge has seen the AUM at its three first UCITS funds double in a matter of months, up to USD 200m at the end of July compared to USD 100m at the end of March 2021.

Taking both fund assets and segregated mandates into the equation, the up and coming manager, which was founded in 2019, has now moved past the first USD 250m.

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